- E.P.F: Egg producers federation.
- NZers eat 920,000,000 eggs per day (mostly caged).
- There is 6 birds per caged.
- Eggs are high in protein leasy for our bodies to digest.
- Cooked egg protein is better than raw.
- Protein is is mostly in the yolk (nutrient rich).
- Eggs have B12 vitamin ( 1 egg has 1/2 of B12 we need per day.
- Egg yolk colour is dark in NZ-colouring agents are added to the chicken feed.
- No nutritional difference between white and brown eggs.
- Cage hens-cages lack space are on an angle for the eggs to roll down and the hens can’t exercise.
- Male chicks are killed, forced moulting.
- Organic/free range-more space to eat grass.
- Organic vs Cage eggs.
- Barn eggs
- Scrambled, poached, fried
- high in cholesterol (unsaturated fat).
Report Writing about Eggs.
In the shed the temperature is at 22 degrees. In the caged there are 6 hens per cage the caged are on a angle because when the hen lays an egg it rolls down and go to the packages. The hens make 920,000,000 eggs each year in the eggs the protein is mostly in the yolk. If the yolk is dark it will make you sick mostly people get brown eggs but there are no nutritional difference between white and brown eggs.
The barn hens are the most popular because 1200 hens lay about 3 millions eggs a day.